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Whitney Retallic, Executive Director (wretallic@coopmet.org)
Matt Carriker, Program Director/IFYI (ifyi@coopmet.org)
Jessie Post, Program Assistant (programs@coopmet.org
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Last Update: April 21, 2014


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CMM's Annual Assembly will be held at the ISBCC in Roxbury on May 1. Register and pledge sponsorships here.





"Economic INjustice: How do we move OUT of it?"

 Thursday, May 1, 2014 - 5:30 Food, 6:15 Program

Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center
100 Malcolm X Blvd., Roxbury 


The CMM Annual Assembly (formerly called the Annual Meeting) is a time to come together, celebrate our combined achievements and renew our spirits by being in each other's company!

This year's program will feature the work of partnerships between urban and suburban faith communities working together for economic justice through both education and collaborative action. This project has been generously supported by a grant from Episcopal City Mission.